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Whirlpool-042815.jpg Whirlpool Corp. (WHR) Tuesday reported increased profit and revenue for the first quarter that missed estimates, as the consumer goods giant was hit by adverse currency and weak demand in Brazil. Further, the company reduced its earnings forecast for the year. Net earnings increased to $191 million...

wallstreet-040912_28Apr15.jpg Early indications suggest that Wall Street stocks may open Tuesday's session lower, extending the negative run of the previous session. Although Apple's stellar quarterly results and capital return program could give a boost to the markets, there is a slew of earnings reports from companies such as Ford...

UKGDP-042815.jpg The British economy expanded at the slowest pace since 2012, reflecting contraction in construction and industrial activity, preliminary estimate published by the Office for National Statistics revealed Tuesday. Gross domestic product expanded 0.3 percent sequentially during the January to March period, the slowest growth since the fourth quarter of 2012.

BP-Total-042815.jpg UK-based oil giant BP Plc. and French peer Total SA Tuesday reported lower profit for the first quarter, as oil prices declined sharply from the previous year. However, results reflected stronger overall refining environment.

Apple-Inc-AAPL-042815.jpg Here is a quick summary of the earnings reported after the bell on April 27. All these stocks listed below and many more have been researched already, and a few stocks have been short-listed as potential gainers. Click here to...

Orange-042815.jpg French telecom major Orange SA, previously France Telecom, reported Tuesday a decline in the first-quarter revenues and restated EBITDA, a key earnings metric, despite higher number of customers. The company reaffirmed its EBITDA forecast for fiscal 2015.

Daimler-042815.jpg German luxury car giant Daimler AG (DDAIF.PK) Tuesday said its first-quarter profit increased significantly from the previous year, driven by strong sales of Mercedes-Benz cars. Looking ahead, the company still sees significant growth in profit and revenues this year.

Philips-042815.jpg Dutch consumer electronics giant Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV reported Tuesday a declined profit for the first quarter, hurt mainly by higher restructuring and acquisition-related charges. Comparable sales, however, grew 2.1 percent, driven by Western Europe and growth geographies. Looking ahead, the company reiterated its outlook for 2016 given in January.

Markets-111714_28Apr15.jpg European stocks are seen opening lower on Tuesday ahead of a two-day Federal Reserve policy meeting that gets underway later today. With recent economic data very much surprising to the downside, investors expect that the Fed will once again acknowledge weakness in the economy and signal its intention...

Pharma-042615.jpg CryoLife Inc. (CRY) has resolved the FDA warning letter that was issued to the company in January 2013 related to its manufacturing facility and headquarters in Kennesaw, GA.

thehartford-042715.jpg Hartford Financial reported a decline in first-quarter profit, despite growth in premiums, due mainly to the absence of gains recorded last year.

apple-042715.jpg Apple Inc. said Monday after the markets closed that its second quarter profit rose 33% from last year, driven by strong sales of iPhone and Mac as well as all-time record performance of the App Store. The company's quarterly earnings per share also breezed past Wall Street expectations as did its quarterly sales.

chrobinson-042715.jpg C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. (CHRW), one of the largest transportation logistics firm in North America, Monday reported an increase in first-quarter profit, driven largely by a 5 percent revenue growth. However, earnings for the quarter fell short of Wall Street estimates by a penny, as did revenues. Eden...

wallstreet4-103112_27Apr15.jpg After failing to sustain an early upward move, stocks came under pressure over the course of the trading session on Monday. With the pullback on the day, the major averages partly offset the strong gains posted last week.

Barbieshuns-042715.jpg Toy maker Mattel, Inc. (MAT), has announced it will not extend its licensing deal with SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. (SEAS), and end the production of all SeaWorld-related merchandise including SeaWorld Trainer Barbie dolls. "We're not making the dolls anymore," a Mattel spokesman said to the New York...

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